September Reading List Day Seventeen: “Faking It” by Cora Carmack

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Some love stories start off based on attraction while others start off as a matter of convince. Cora Carmack’s Faking It definitely falls into the latter category. When rocker chick Max gets a surprise Thanksgiving visit from her conservative parents, she knows her less than stellar on-again/off-again boyfriend just isn’t going to cut it, so she enlists the help of a preppy stranger she spies in a coffee shop. A poor grad student nursing a broken heart, Cade can’t help but go along with Max’s plan and agrees to pose as her boyfriend for the next twenty-four hours.However, while the pair, aka Angry Girl and Golden Boy, planned to part ways after the holiday, invitation for Christmas and several chance encounters throughout the city have this unlikely duo discovering they might not just be faking their attraction to each other. They find themselves wanting to break down the walls of their past in order to embark on a future together. Sweet, endearing, and full witty humor, Faking It will have you believing that love really does come from the most unexpected places.

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